The bleeding postpartum are a natural and unavoidable side effect of childbirth, whether you gave birth vaginally or by caesarean section. The good news is that it is complitly normal and only temporary. We explain everything to you this postpartum period of which we still speak too little.
What is Layer Suites?
The first vaginal bleeding (also called lochia) that appear right after childbirth are completely normal and should not be confused with the return of (true) menstruation which is also called the return of diapers. This postpartum bleeding is part of the period known as the aftermaths.
A period that extends from childbirth until the return of diapers. Lochia are a mixture of blood, placental tissue and mucous membrane that allowed your child to develop during pregnancy but whose the uterus naturally sheds after childbirth. The heaviest bleeding lasts 3 to 10 days after childbirth and then subsides to become less important.
You will see the color difference as it happens, from red to pink, then to brown and finally to yellowish white. All of this bleeding still continue for 4 to 6 weeks, as the uterus heals back to its normal size and shape.
The Return of Diapers or the Reappearance of Periods
Le return of diapers marks the end of suites of layer. What is called thee return of diapers corresponds to the reappearance of periods after'
For breastfeeding women, the return of diapers is later. The recurrence of periods usually occurs after stopping breastfeeding. During this postpartum period, periods are often longer and heavier than during normal periods.
What hygienic protection to use when returning from diaper?
Bleeding immediately following childbirth is not simple menstruation. Therefore, it is essential to use appropriate protection to limit the risk of infections which are likely to be more frequent after childbirth. During this period, it is not recommended to use internal protections like tampons or menstrual cups that could carry bacteria. However, to avoid leaks, the use of external periodic protections is essential.
Menstrual Panties As Better Alternatives
Since bleeding can last for several weeks after delivery, it is possible that the sanitary napkins used day and night quickly cause irritation or itching. The menstrual panties are particularly suitable for the return layer. These are protections discreet, elegant and above all much more Comfortable than any other hygienic products.
At the same time, they also avoid generating a significant amount of waste. Le rules flow being more important during return of diapers, it is important to have enough period panties in advance so that you can change them regularly. It's not impossible that you need to change panties at least 4 to 5 times a day.
It is for this reason that it is essential to provide a fairly large stock from the start so as not to be blocked in its rotation. Period panties are also effective in managing the onset of light urinary leakage which represents a fairly common phenomenon after childbirth.